Los Angeles Based MS-13 Gang Members Charged In Gruesome Murders

Los Angeles Times- MS-13 gang members in Los Angeles hacked to death seven people in the last two years, including a rival gang member who was dismembered and had his heart cut out by six MS-13 soldiers in the Angeles National Forest for defacing the gang’s graffiti, federal authorities alleged in an indictment unsealed Tuesday. Twenty-two people allegedly affiliated with the gang’s Fulton clique in … Continue reading Los Angeles Based MS-13 Gang Members Charged In Gruesome Murders

California Cities Lead U.S. In Inflation

Fresno Bee- Nationally, consumer prices are barely moving, with inflation clocking in at just 1.8% for May. But if you live in a major urban area of California, you’ve noticed a much bigger hit. Among the chief culprits? Housing costs. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday that a handful of California metropolitan areas saw the greatest jump in the consumer price index in … Continue reading California Cities Lead U.S. In Inflation

New California Budget Will Allow Illegals Under The Age Of 26 To Enroll In Medi-Cal

Sacramento Bee- California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first budget won’t look exactly like he wanted, but a deal lawmakers released late Sunday largely fulfills the objectives he set six months ago when he first outlined his spending plan. Lawmakers want to use an “extraordinary” state budget surplus to expand health care options and tax breaks for low-income families while stockpiling billions of dollars in reserves in … Continue reading New California Budget Will Allow Illegals Under The Age Of 26 To Enroll In Medi-Cal

16K People In L.A. Live In Cars, Vans

Los Angeles Times- Two years ago, Los Angeles began testing an alternative to homeless shelters called safe parking, giving people living in their cars a secure spot to sleep at night. The first site was quickly deemed a success, so the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority agreed to fund nine more lots in the pilot program, with promises to expand. Earlier this year, before the … Continue reading 16K People In L.A. Live In Cars, Vans

The California GOP Needs To Change

The California GOP has elected its new leader and the first thing they chose to highlight was that she was a woman and a latina. This goes to show that They have learned absolutely nothing from the 2018 midterms. They keep trying to play the Democrat’s “identity politics” game and fail to realize nobody really cares about that nonsense anymore. The only things they accomplish … Continue reading The California GOP Needs To Change

Kamala Harris Skips Vote On California Disaster Relief To Campaign For President

Politico- When the Senate took contentious votes this week on a disaster aid package to help California rebuild after wildfires, Sen. Kamala Harris was in Sacramento — courting the support of labor unions for her presidential campaign. A day later, Harris was stumping in Nevada when she missed a Tuesday vote on the start of a Republican maneuver to speed up confirmation of President Donald Trump’s judicial … Continue reading Kamala Harris Skips Vote On California Disaster Relief To Campaign For President

LAPD: Crime Involving Homeless Increased By 50% In 2018

NBC Los Angeles- The Los Angeles Police Department said this month the number of crime reports that described people experiencing homelessness as either suspects or victims increased by more than 50-percent in 2018. Most notably, the number of rapes attributed to suspects described as homeless increased by 78 percent and the number of serious assaults attributed to suspects described as homeless increased by 56 percent, … Continue reading LAPD: Crime Involving Homeless Increased By 50% In 2018

Police Alliance Oppose California Use-Of-Force Bill

Mercury News- Last year, fueled by the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man, Stephon Clark, in Sacramento, civil rights groups and state legislators got closer than they ever had to bringing a landmark use-of-force reform bill to the governor’s desk. This year they are trying again, with renewed momentum and confidence that they can push the legislation through. But police advocates, concerned about … Continue reading Police Alliance Oppose California Use-Of-Force Bill